Not Your Father’s Orthopedics

…progress. Duber now exclusively uses the anterior approach performed under x-ray, which offers multiple benefits. Patients can expect less pain and quicker recovery. Surgeons receive increased information, allowing them to…

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Good News for Bad Knees

…save as much of each person’s knee anatomy as possible; to reproduce the knee’s natural structure as closely as possible; and to rid patients of pain. “Orthopedic surgeons take great…

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Telehealth Services During COVID-19: What to Expect from Payers

…eligible. Should we use telehealth or office visit codes? Certain payers require providers to use telehealth-specific CPT codes, while others—namely Medicare—allow for a fairly broad range of evaluation and management

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His Big Break

…point where patients have pain and swelling and mechanical catching or grinding in their knee that limits their ability to live a normal or active lifestyle,” he says. “Frequently we…

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OrthoBiologic & Regenerative Medicine: The Future of Healing Is Here, Now.

…by the striations throughout the tendon and myotendinous junction You’re an anesthesiologist, fellowship-trained in pain medicine. You have treated the sources of chronic and acute pain for years. Recently you…

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Q & A with Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD

…prone to injury and subsequent pain. When joints become unstable or loose, the wobble causes pain and can evolve into arthritis, disc problems, headaches, fibromyalgia and many other painful issues….

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COVID-19: Reflections, Remembrances and Recollections

…and emergency response workers Forget: The heart wrenching news and images from the hardest hit areas Remember: The community coming together to flatten the curve Forget: The pain that it…

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Perspectives and Opinions: Old and New

…the delays in testing availability have made management of this pandemic even more difficult. Depending solely on one site (CDC) for initial testing and confirmation is inappropriate. More than one…

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Ultimate Continuity of Care

This slideshow requires JavaScript. LOUISVILLE In early April 2020, when personal distancing and restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic were high, Sarah Todd, MD, had the painful privilege of helping a…

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